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Alison Wonderland Cancels Shows, Kaskade Shows Support For Her 'Active Self-Care'

Alison Wonderland
Gilbert Sanchez

Alison Wonderland

'I have been suffering extreme mental and physical exhaustion in the midst of a busy touring schedule,' Wonderland said.

Alison Wonderland gave herself a break by canceling the end of her European tour. She took to Twitter to explain and apologize to anyone who may be disappointed, writing, "I have been suffering extreme mental and physical exhaustion in the midst of a busy touring schedule. It has been advised by both management and doctors that I take some time to recover."

Kaskade showed his support for Wonderland's decision by retweeting her message. "Love that you’re taking care of yourself," he wrote. "Get back to zero so you can turn it all the way up to eleven for the fans later on. They’ll still be there, many of them inspired by your active self-care."

Wonderland had a couple shows in the Netherlands and London before a scheduled appearance at Electric Zoo Sept. 1. It seems that festival set is still on schedule, as she only mentioned canceling European dates. She recently released the song "Time" with Quix.

The subjects of mental health and self-care have come under the spotlight in recent years, particularly in the electronic and touring music worlds after the unfortunate passing of stars including 28-year-old Avicii

Read her full message to fans below.


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